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Photos from ferry route Esbjerg-Harwich

Photos from ferry route Esbjerg-Harwich

01-08-2014 08:00:00


M/S Museum of Maritime is working towards arranging the autumn exhibition, which will be about DFDS ferry service between Esbjerg and Harwich, which closes after almost 140 years which have brought the Danes to England. In this context, the museum seeks photos of life on board the ferry.

"All images are welcome, and none are too boring, wild, ugly or too naughty. The more images we have to choose from, the better the show, "says Marie Ørstedholm, manager at M/S Museum of Maritime.

It can be quite ordinary pictures taken en route across the North Sea. It can be photos of family and friends in the cabin, restaurant, duty free shop, on deck or on the sun deck overlooking the ocean.

The images will be on display together to provide a picture of life as it was experienced by the many Danes who over the years have used the ferry route.

It’s ships such as Parkeston, Dana Regina, Dana Anglia and the current Sirena Seaways, which have set the framework for meals, shopping, fun, seasickness and beautiful scenery.

Source: M / S Museum of Maritime / Maritime Denmark


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